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This national system is funded through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) which authorizes 575 local business-led workforce investments boards (WIBs) to oversee and coordinate services through a network of 3,000 One-Stop Career Centers. These WIBs, supported by more than 12,000 business volunteers, provide workforce strategies and leverage resources within their local communities to meet the employment demands of companies of all sizes.
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The National Association of Workforce Boards represents WIBs who oversee state and local workforce development and job training programs. NAWB supports and promotes the work of its members through a comprehensive program of advocacy, technical assistance, and communications activities.
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